Implementing Sustainable and ECO - Green Friendly Mobility in India
As GOI is intending to implement the electric mobility in India by 2030 and working towards developing the same the key areas where Central and state governments have to work is to create a easy operations for manufacturers and Dealers to work on demand generation through educating the people who use mass transportation for travelling in city roads for self or cargo needs.
Three major areas where Implementing electric mobility will help in reducing Pollution, notice and usage of Gasoline and diesel:
1. City travel made easy.
The commuters have to be connected to Metro stations, Bus stops,street shopping, Hub and spoke rides (parking area to office, shopping areas etc).
For connecting through these mobility usage of electric 2w(low speed without registration) and E rickshaws/auto’s with lady drivers would help.
This can be well connected within 3>5 Km radius where maximum crowd travel for needs and entertainment
2. Value travel and connect to mkt - Hub and Spoke, Shopping, Office, Tourism and Pilgrim centers:
People visiting Offices, shopping, Tourist locations and Pilgrim of 3 to 5km can use EV mobility to get dropped at nearest location either by getting down from public transport of self-driven gasoline car.
The revolution is a radical change or transformation with respect to the immediate past,which can happen simultaneously in different areas(social, economic, cultural, and religious, etc.)
3. Internal transportation:
Most of the govt/pvt public, gated communities, residential colonies and the factories if they use the internal transport they will save lot on Noise, Air pollution in the people living areas.
A transport transformation from the root how we feed our vehicle, how we move in new direction, how we move with it… all this changes with the
That is why, among other things, people have to adopt the change of the revolution that we’re living in real time to move to the new methods of transport facility either direct or using aggregator services.
In Europe sales have increased by 21% and eight of the ten countries with the largest market share of electric vehicles are European.
As GOI is intending to implement the electric mobility in India by 2030, the key areas where Central and state governments have to work is to create a easy operations for manufacturers and Dealers to work on demand generation through educating the people who use mass transportation for travelling in city roads for self or cargo needs
Aggregators have various business opportunities to seed EV’s:
oDirect USE of electric vehicles
oHiring of electric vehicles
oRental Service with swapping of batteries
oThe Benefits of Electric Vehicles:
oThere are fairly remarkable benefits of using electric vehicles over conventional cars.
o Cheaper to Run
o Owners of an EV have the advantage of much lower running costs. The electricity to charge an EV works out around a third as much per kilometer as buying petrol for the same vehicle.
o Cheaper to Maintain
o A battery electric vehicle(BEV)has a lot less moving parts than a conventional petrol/diesel car. There is relatively very little servicing in EV's.
Better for the environment
oLess pollution: By choosing to drive an EV you are helping to reduce harmful air pollution from exhaust emissions.
oRenewable energy:You could recharge your EV from your solar PV system during the day instead of from the grid.
oEco-friendly materials: There is also a trend towards more eco-friendly production & materials for EVs.
o Better air quality will lead to less health problems & costs caused by air pollution. EVs are also quieter,which means less noise pollution.
oEVs tend to have a lower center of gravity, less parts to function while in motion this makes them less likely to roll over.
oThey can also have a lower risk for major fires or explosions & the body construction & durability of EVs may make them safer in a collision.